The University of Cape Town Advanced Project Management online short course is PMI approved.
What is PMI?
The Project Management Institute (PMI) is a nonprofit professional organisation for project management. It is the world’s leading project management organisation, boasting over 450,000 Global Members.
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PMI provides a global accreditation in project management and is also involved in project management-related research, education, training and publication.
PMI’s mandate is to ensure the continual evolvement of the project management profession, keeping it at the forefront of global industry trends. At the same time, it seeks to enhance your project management career and improve your organisation’s success.
What does PMI approval mean for you?
“In a word, dedication. PMI membership signifies that you’re serious about your project management career and your professional development. It highlights this dedication to employers, colleagues and stakeholders, giving you an edge in the job market.”
PMI approval implies global recognition, up-to-date skills and networking possibilities for a start. It also affords you contact hours that you can then use towards your PMI exam, should you complete a PMI-approved project management course.
To find out more about the impact that a PMI-approved project management short course could have on your career, read this article on 5 ways PMI will support your project management journey.
In this short video Patrick Browning, Head Tutor of the UCT Advanced Project Management online short course, takes you through the PMI approval process that the course has undergone.
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The Project Management Institute, known as PMI, an internationally recognised industry body, has approved the design of the course, the content of the course, the method of instruction, as well as the course instructors.